The 89th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (2020)


Session 29. Paleoanthropology: Working with Cranial Evidence. Contributed Posters. Chair: Kieran McNulty

April 17, 2020 8 a.m. - 6 p.m., Platinum Ballroom Add to calendar
8:00AM Poster setup
9:00AM Poster session opens
1:00PM Odd number presenters stand by their posters (1 hour)
5:00PM Even number presenters stand by their posters (1 hour)
6:00PM Poster removal
1 Add to calendar Sensitivity of ancestral state reconstruction to the phylogenetic positions of fossils: A test case using anthropoid primate facial skeletons. Alexander D. Prucha.
2 Add to calendar Analyzing levels of character conflict in hominin phylogenetic reconstruction. Joanna R. Gautney.
3 Add to calendar An expanded character set for evaluating the phylogenetic position of Homo floresiensis. Todd Wood.
4 Add to calendar Re-evaluation of the phylogenetic relationships of Australopithecus sediba. Carrie S. Mongle, David S. Strait, Frederick E. Grine.
5 Add to calendar Anthropological study of the Bañolas mandible (Girona, Spain). Brian A. Keeling, Rolf Quam.
6 Add to calendar Covariance among the zygomatic bone, the frontal bone, and the zygomaticotemporal space. Alesha Pettit.
7 Add to calendar A Comparative Study of the Primate External Ear using Three-dimensional Geometric Morphometrics. Ashley Ahonen, Rolf Quam.
8 Add to calendar Petrosal morphology of Paleocene Zanycteris paleocenus and the relationship of picrodontids to plesiadapiforms. Jordan W. Crowell, John R. Wible, Stephen G. B. Chester.
9 Add to calendar Coronal suture shape at bregma differentiates some primate clades. Todd C. C. Rae, Sarah Crudgington, Kelsey Pugh.
10 Add to calendar Impacts of endocranial shape on middle meningeal arteriovenous pattern in 6-8.0 year old humans. Pina S. Simone, Rebecca S. Jabbour, Gary D. Richards.
12 Add to calendar Comparison Maba 1 (Guangdong, China) to eastern sample of European Neandertals – Krapina 3. Davorka Radovčić.
13 Add to calendar The shape of the shape response of the human cranium to temperature. David C. Katz, Mark N. Grote, Timothy D. Weaver.
14 Add to calendar Using facial variation to discriminate among ape subspecies. Implications for hominin classification. Aida Gomez-Robles, Alfie Gleeson.
15 Add to calendar Geometric morphometrics in silver fox skulls: Implications for the domestication syndrome. Timothy M. Kistner, Daniel E. Lieberman.
16 Add to calendar The effect of Procrustes superimposition on the quantification of hominin cranial morphology. Chi Zhang.
17 Add to calendar Dental Occlusal Form and Function in Equus capensis: Evaluating a Controvertible Taxonomic Status. Deano D. Stynder, Megan M. Malherbe, Rebecca R. Ackermann.
18 Add to calendar Morphological signatures of hybridization in North American canids: a new model for detecting hybrids in the human fossil record. Natasa Zdjelar, Christopher Kendall, Lavania Nagendran, Rebecca R. Ackermann, Lauren Schroeder.
19 Add to calendar Dental topographic evolution of African rodents from the Eocene into the Miocene - a parallel for African primate diversification?. Dorien de Vries, Jeroen B. Smaers, Erik R. Seiffert.
20 Add to calendar Virtual estimates of brain size in the Krapina hominins. Zachary Cofran, Madeleine Boone, Marisa Petticord.
21 Add to calendar Morphological differences in the mandibular dental arch and symphysis of great ape subspecies and their significance for the hominin fossil record. Julie Lawrence, Chris Robinson.